LAHORE – Board of Intermediate And Secondary Education announced results for matriculation exams 2017 here on Tuesday.

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Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore announced position holders of the Annual Matriculation Examination 2017 on Monday.

The names were announced by BISE Lahore Chairman Chaudhry Ismail.

According to the results, Umer Tariq of Teach a Child High School for Boys Johar Town grabbed overall first position with 1,087 marks, Soban Khalid of Muslim Public High School Sheikhupura and Aleesa Kaleem of The Educators School, Ferozwala, were joint secured with 1,086 marks, whereas third position was secured by Muhammad Abdullah of Unique High School Muslim Town and Muhammad Abdullah Saleem of Government Central Model High School Lahore with 1,085 marks.

In the girls Science Group, first position was clinched by Aleesa Kaleem of The Educators Ferozwala by getting 1,086 marks. The second position was shared by three students including Zunaira Khan of Allama Iqbal Public School Kasur, Afaf Rehman of Crescent Model High School Lahore and Maira Zafar of The Educators School Pattoki by getting 1,083 marks.

The most interesting result was for third position in the girls Science Group as it was shared by six students. Misbah Nasir of The Educators Sir Syed Campus Pattoki, Laraib Akmal, Farwa, Hafiza Khadeeja Mutahir, Fatima Awais and Adeen Imtiaz shared the position with 1,082 marks.

In the Humanities group, first position was grabbed by Habiba Bahjat of Qurban Girls High School, Lahore through 1,055 marks, second and third positions were secured by Ayesha of Allama Iqbal School, Kasur and Fariha Haq of Government Pak Standard School Shadbagh, Lahore with 1,052 and 1,041 marks, respectively.

In the Humanities group for boys, Usama Ikram of Government High School Sheikhupura and Zaryab Amjad, a private student, grabbed first position and secured 1,020 marks. Ghazanfar Ali of Government Taeed ul Islam School Kasur and Muhammad Afzal, a private student, got second and third positions respectively by getting 1,016 and 1,001 marks.